Sophie Delaporte (born in Paris, France in 1971) is a French photographer and artist.After graduating from l ENSLL (Ecole Nationale supérieure Louis Lumière), Sophie Delaporte moved to London and started working for English press. She met Terry Jones in London 1998, who commissioned her first fashion stories for I.D. magazine, in which she contributed a lot.Her pictures has been featured in magazines such as Vogue Italia, Uomo Vogue, Vogue Nippon, Vogue China, I-D magazine, Another Magazine and Interview in the US.Sophie Delaporte's work has been noticed for her remarkable use of colors and movement.In September 2011 Vicki Goldberg wrote about her "Sophie Delaporte is a French fashion photographer who is on permanently good terms with fantasy and a cheerfully offbeat approach. She has a distinctive sense of color, a fabulist's imagination, an edge of surrealism, and a knack for ambiguous narrative".Beside her work for fashion, Her art work has been shown in six solo exhibitions in London, Paris, New-York' and Tokyo. Also widely in group exhibitions and international art fairs as Art Chicago, Bâle Miami, Photo London, ”Work on Paper” NY and Art Paris.Recently, Sophie Delaporte has transposed her photographic universe into film. In 2009, she directed her first beauty film produced by Première Heure, in which the music was composed by Mirwais. In September 2011, Tim Newman asked her to create a concept and direct 50 short films for France Télévisions, about the artistic influence of France abroad.